Damabiah 777


Fallen Muse - Poem by Damabiah 777

Finally I have found one hand to catch my fall
Someone who slowly will ban you from my soul
I will burn in her hands the words I have confined
In my tormented heart to prevent you from harm
Yet did you spare me, cruel temptress?
When I hit the bottom you left me wingless
You have spoiled my self saying you were the one
Who would challenge my dreams and share my lament
What an idiot I was to crave for your scent
Under the face of love you concealed your intents
To darken my life and trample on my trust
As I left the door on my blames wild opened
I have laid down my arms at your feet, traitress
In my back you drove the blade to progress
And the pain I have felt in the latest time
Of a piece I wrote in your name
Symphony for a Muse; what a mistake I’ve made
To believe in your unconditional love
In Hell, I have endured the worst punishment
I have opened my eyes on the person you were
An austere stranger with a familiar face
In the dirt I could read the words God symbolized
They said: ”Fool, on your fate I have cried”


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 16, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, April 17, 2006


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